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Australian Left Review


George Zangalis


THE LARGE SCALE of post war immigration is unprecedented in Australia’s history in its volume, continuity and—what is significantly new—in the large numbers of non-British migrants. It is having a tremendous impact on the nation, and on the labor movement in particular, yet it has been subjected to less analysis by the left forces than any other major aspect of Australian life.



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